Tips for the Student Athlete – Part 2
Strategies for Success

Being a student athlete is hard. Really hard. Just everything about it...really hard, but it can also be one of the best, most rewarding experiences you can have as an athlete. In college, whether you are playing DI, II or III, both athletics and academics are much more challenging than in high school. You will have significantly less free time. In many cases, depending on your class and practice schedule, you may not be able to get more than six hours of sleep on a given weeknight for a semester. Here are some simple strategies (in no particular order, as they are all equally important) that will teach you good work ethics that will give you a running start on having a successful college career. They will also serve you later on job interviews and you in your work.



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